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Tuesday, August 17th, 2010 8:31AM CDT

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The fastest Autobot has arrived. Based on IDW Comics' Generation One Blurr, this repaint and remold of Generations Drift features a brand new head sculpt, two guns and of all things, a sniper rifle! A Wave 4 release, you'll find Blurr with a less cooler repaint and remold, Generations Dirge. Courtesy of Seibertron.com member KOToys, we get a chance to look at, perhaps, the best characterization of Blurr in toy form. Does Animated Blurr stand a chance?

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Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114091)
Posted by Mykltron on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:34am CDT
Looks like he could work for Teefal!
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Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114094)
Posted by --B-- on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:35am CDT
BUY.

ON.

SIGHT.

:x
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114098)
Posted by StryderPrime on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:42am CDT
niccceeeee.

this should be standard protocol for all repaints in the future. New head, new weapons, and maybe sum slight modifications to the overall mold itself.


the only minus thing about this figure is that i hate when the wheels aint painted but no biggie tho.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114100)
Posted by Counterpunch on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:43am CDT
I like it, but I swear, it really just doesn't say "Blurr" to me. He's bulky and looks slow...

Animated Blurr really captures how I think he should appear, even in a Classics styling.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114101)
Posted by Cyber Bishop on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:54am CDT
Counterpunch wrote:I like it, but I swear, it really just doesn't say "Blurr" to me. He's bulky and looks slow...

Animated Blurr really captures how I think he should appear, even in a Classics styling.



I feel the same way.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114103)
Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:59am CDT
Cyber Bishop wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:I like it, but I swear, it really just doesn't say "Blurr" to me. He's bulky and looks slow...

Animated Blurr really captures how I think he should appear, even in a Classics styling.



I feel the same way.


You can always blame the IDW comics, on which this toy is based. To me, he's passable since he'll go nicely with Rodimus. Next up, Kup!
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114104)
Posted by RiddlerJ on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:00am CDT
Cyber Bishop wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:I like it, but I swear, it really just doesn't say "Blurr" to me. He's bulky and looks slow...

Animated Blurr really captures how I think he should appear, even in a Classics styling.



I feel the same way.


Yep. I look at all that kibble, and I see "wind resistance".
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114107)
Posted by Cyber Bishop on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:02am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:Next up, Kup!


Hopefully with a new mold.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114110)
Posted by Stockade on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:04am CDT
I agree with Counterpunch and the others about Blurr, it looks like Blurr, but really isn't him. I still see Waaay too much of Drift there, but what can you do? Most likely ill pick him up, unless Takara does something waaaay better with him than Hasblow...
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114111)
Posted by Forgotten on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:08am CDT
He certainly does have a tall melon on him. I want to like it, but something is holding me back, I really do think it's the height of the head, he's starting to remind me of Dan Akroyd. I haven't managed to get my hands on Drift yet, but can the front car fenders on the mold be rotated in an upward position? I think that would help the appearance somewhat. I'll just have to wait & see if I can find Drift & see how much expendable cash I have when I run up on Blurr, those two factors will decide whether I buy or not. I'm just not wowed like I wanted to be. :-(
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114112)
Posted by Razorclaw0000 on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:09am CDT
I love it, but not as Blurr. Yay for sniper rifles.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114113)
Posted by TFBuyer on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:10am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Cyber Bishop wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:I like it, but I swear, it really just doesn't say "Blurr" to me. He's bulky and looks slow...

Animated Blurr really captures how I think he should appear, even in a Classics styling.



I feel the same way.


You can always blame the IDW comics, on which this toy is based. To me, he's passable since he'll go nicely with Rodimus. Next up, Kup!


Agreed. And the best thing about this guy? New guns!
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114114)
Posted by kirbenvost on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:11am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Cyber Bishop wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:I like it, but I swear, it really just doesn't say "Blurr" to me. He's bulky and looks slow...

Animated Blurr really captures how I think he should appear, even in a Classics styling.



I feel the same way.


You can always blame the IDW comics, on which this toy is based. To me, he's passable since he'll go nicely with Rodimus. Next up, Kup!


Well, really only the head looks like IDW Blurr, since he doesn't have an earth mode. While I agree he doesn't look as streamlined as he should, he's still Blurr enough for me and will definitely be joining my collection. 8)
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114116)
Posted by Counterpunch on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:19am CDT
He'll be heading straight away into my Neo G2 collection as Boss:

http://www.tfu.info/1992/Autobot/Boss/boss.htm
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114118)
Posted by chrisc4 on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:25am CDT
i think if the shoulder fenders were up he would look more streamlined. other than that new guns and new head and a sweet paint job, it's love at first site! :x
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114120)
Posted by Convotron on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:28am CDT
Generations Blurr looks like it's inspired by IDW Blurr so with that in mind, I think it looks good.

As already noted, this is IDW Blurr and even though that incarnation didn't have an Earth alt mode, if you compare this figure's design and IDW Blurr, the proportions are similar with wide bulky shoulders, side skirt armour, and larger legs.

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A repainted and slightly retooled Generations Drift seems like a good fit for an Earth mode IDW Blurr to my eyes.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114124)
Posted by omega666 on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:39am CDT
Will get this! Screw animated. This guy looks badass.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114127)
Posted by Prime Evil on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:42am CDT
Normally I would agree with most of ya's but in this case no. Does he look like the uber sleek blurr that we are used to? No, but do animated figures fit in with the neo/classics line. No. Case in point. (and why I don't collect animated). Had a buddy from FL come up and visit me two weeks ago. Came up to my room to check out my TF collection. He doesn't do TF's but collects Simpson figures. So he browses through everything and looks at the ONE animated figure I have (Arcee) and says, "that's at transformer? she looks different." I told him the whole story about the line and this particular line of TF. Said it nice, but looks outta place. So even to the casual toy collector, Animated doesn't fill the neo/classics void. THAT'S why I don't put animated into my shelf. Outta all the stuff I had up, Animated still stands out...and I don't need figures looking aesthetcially different from one another.

Again, NOT knockin on Animated, but they really don't go well with a classics display...at least not the way I want them to. So this generations Blurr will DEFINITLY by my Blurr. Oh, and I can use a sniper on the 2010 team. ;)
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114131)
Posted by grimdragon2001 on August 17th, 2010 @ 9:51am CDT
hmmm, lets put a halo blue spartan head on him and call him Church! :p

seriously though, i like this figure and since i missed out on Animated Blurr im gonna definatly get this one, maybe give one of his smaller guns to my Animated Arcee repaint
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114135)
Posted by Joker'sRequiem on August 17th, 2010 @ 10:00am CDT
For being based of his IDW incarnation, I really like the reuse of this mold. The changes and redeco really make all the difference. The head looks great, and his smaller spoiler makes his alt mode more Blurr-like to me. The only thing I'm not a fan of is having that gigantic gun stored on his back. It looks too cumbersome. I may give it to another fig that would be better suited for it.

Overall though, one more fig to add to my Want List.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114139)
Posted by Ironhide516 on August 17th, 2010 @ 10:18am CDT
When I saw the first pics from Botcon, I was going to be undecided until I saw better pics. Now I think I'll definately pass; I only pick up repaints if I think it's better than or just as good as the original, i.e. Breakaway's repaint into Thrust from ROTF. Drift is definately the better of the two IMO.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114141)
Posted by Mindmaster on August 17th, 2010 @ 10:24am CDT
What's Blurrz doing with a sniper rifle and a grin on his face? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Anyway, Blurr looks epic. I still haven't gotten my hands on Drift yet. :BANG_HEAD: :BANG_HEAD: :BANG_HEAD: He'll be released in late September, right? :???:
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114146)
Posted by AutobotTrainer on August 17th, 2010 @ 10:34am CDT
I'm going to argue that this figure doesn't fit into the pure definition of a 'repaint'. When we talk repaint, it has the derogatory effect of implying that no additional thought or craftsmanship went into the new character and the only difference from the original character for a particular mold is the color.

Blurr has new weapons and a remold of the head, along with the new color scheme. This is a new 'treatment' along with a 'repaint'; therefore, could we call it a:

Retreat?

#-o

Seriously though, great fig with the new armory and head sculpt. I prefer to think of it as a re-sculpt and will be a buy on sight.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114147)
Posted by City Commander on August 17th, 2010 @ 10:36am CDT
It should be mandatory for every transformer figure to come with that many badass guns.


Perceptor NEEDS that sniper rifle, too.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114154)
Posted by --B-- on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:01am CDT
AutobotTrainer wrote:I'm going to argue that this figure doesn't fit into the pure definition of a 'repaint'. When we talk repaint, it has the derogatory effect of implying that no additional thought or craftsmanship went into the new character and the only difference from the original character for a particular mold is the color.

Blurr has new weapons and a remold of the head, along with the new color scheme. This is a new 'treatment' along with a 'repaint'; therefore, could we call it a:

Retreat?

#-o

Seriously though, great fig with the new armory and head sculpt. I prefer to think of it as a re-sculpt and will be a buy on sight.



Honestly, we should just be happy that it got the re-tools and we didn't just get a blue Drift re-paint.

I LOVE this mold, and if each mold got repainted:

Drift repainted in black with the guns as Deadlock

Blurr repainted somehow with the swords into someone (little help here)

I would pick those up as well.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114155)
Posted by Kibble on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:02am CDT
I know I'm in the minority here, but I think this mold is entirely overrated. I don't much care for the shoulders, the shoulder kibble is restrictive and gets in the way, the legs are overly bulky...pretty excessive kibble in general, and the transformation is a bit bland. I think the alt mode might be overly large, as well.

If not for the sweet swords (or guns) and the more obscure characters that people are almost just happy to get, I wonder if these figs would still get all the love they do? I do like them and think they look pretty good in both modes...and they can get some pretty cool poses, especially with the swords...but I just don't find them to be super amazing or one of the better molds out there.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114161)
Posted by Torneira on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:15am CDT
Mine was pre-ordered the day it was pre-ordable!

Blurr does remind me a bit of G1 Chromia :???:
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114165)
Posted by paul053 on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:24am CDT
Is it just me or everybody, does his head look kind of too big?

My biggest concern is is his gun made out of the same PVC material as Drift's sword and Bludgeon's katana? I hope it's a regular hard plastic cuz I don't want a bend gun.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114168)
Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:29am CDT
AutobotTrainer wrote:I'm going to argue that this figure doesn't fit into the pure definition of a 'repaint'. When we talk repaint, it has the derogatory effect of implying that no additional thought or craftsmanship went into the new character and the only difference from the original character for a particular mold is the color.

Blurr has new weapons and a remold of the head, along with the new color scheme. This is a new 'treatment' along with a 'repaint'; therefore, could we call it a:

Retreat?

#-o


If you seriously wanna get technical, Blurr is a retool and a redeco. In contrast to the other two words, a repaint just switches out colors, while keeping the patterns intact.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114174)
Posted by Mixmaster Prime on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:38am CDT
You know what I think is funny about this? This is what, the first time in a long time where we actually see the eyes PAINTED light blue instead of that over-used light piping? HOWEVER, the paint on his eyes is almost exactly the same shade of blue as his face... which leads to a bland feeling in my mouth.. or eyes. I wish the eyes were painted darker blue. Or just left as the crystal light-piping thing again. Sigh...
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114183)
Posted by Forgotten on August 17th, 2010 @ 11:56am CDT
paul053 wrote:Is it just me or everybody, does his head look kind of too big?

My biggest concern is is his gun made out of the same PVC material as Drift's sword and Bludgeon's katana? I hope it's a regular hard plastic cuz I don't want a bend gun.


Did you not read where I compared him to a conehead(movie, not seeker)? and the nice tefal reference from Mykltron? You are not in the minority. In fact if they could take some of the mass from Blurr's head and add it to Punch/Counterpunch's head I would buy the hell outta both of them. 8-}
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114185)
Posted by GEEWUN on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:01pm CDT
I like it. It brings me memories of IDW Blurr... His head could place him under the conehead gallery though 8-}
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114189)
Posted by Stryfe Convoy on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:06pm CDT
A part of me wants Hasbro to repaint this mold into Deadlock, just cause I think the black and red Drift would look cool with guns...
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114191)
Posted by Shadowstream on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:09pm CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AutobotTrainer wrote:I'm going to argue that this figure doesn't fit into the pure definition of a 'repaint'. When we talk repaint, it has the derogatory effect of implying that no additional thought or craftsmanship went into the new character and the only difference from the original character for a particular mold is the color.

Blurr has new weapons and a remold of the head, along with the new color scheme. This is a new 'treatment' along with a 'repaint'; therefore, could we call it a:

Retreat?

#-o


If you seriously wanna get technical, Blurr is a retool and a redeco. In contrast to the other two words, a repaint just switches out colors, while keeping the patterns intact.

Still not quite right there. Check the following pages to get the overall difference clarified. *nerd*

Also, from what I remember, Drift has not yet been seen in his Earth mode body in the actual comics. He has on comic covers, but not in the stories. Whereas Blurr has been seen with an earth mode body, at least briefly, in the form of a Bugetti Veyron.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114192)
Posted by MagnaBlade on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:16pm CDT
Mixmaster Prime wrote:You know what I think is funny about this? This is what, the first time in a long time where we actually see the eyes PAINTED light blue instead of that over-used light piping? HOWEVER, the paint on his eyes is almost exactly the same shade of blue as his face... which leads to a bland feeling in my mouth.. or eyes. I wish the eyes were painted darker blue. Or just left as the crystal light-piping thing again. Sigh...


In some of the photos the eyes actually look closed to me, like the light blue is representing eyelids.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114195)
Posted by Counterpunch on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:18pm CDT
Shadowstream wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AutobotTrainer wrote:I'm going to argue that this figure doesn't fit into the pure definition of a 'repaint'. When we talk repaint, it has the derogatory effect of implying that no additional thought or craftsmanship went into the new character and the only difference from the original character for a particular mold is the color.

Blurr has new weapons and a remold of the head, along with the new color scheme. This is a new 'treatment' along with a 'repaint'; therefore, could we call it a:

Retreat?

#-o


If you seriously wanna get technical, Blurr is a retool and a redeco. In contrast to the other two words, a repaint just switches out colors, while keeping the patterns intact.

Still not quite right there. Check the following pages to get the overall difference clarified. *nerd*


I fail to see what you're clarifying from what was previously stated. Jelze summarized the scope of both of those articles fairly well.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114198)
Posted by Valandar on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:27pm CDT
Okay, that sniper rifle is going to my Classics Cliffjumper. :D
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114207)
Posted by Shadowstream on August 17th, 2010 @ 12:51pm CDT
Counterpunch wrote:I fail to see what you're clarifying from what was previously stated. Jelze summarized the scope of both of those articles fairly well.


Three articles.

Okay, here's and example: Sideburn - Super Sideburn. Change in plastic and painted colors but uses the same application pattern. redeco
Super Sideburn - Universe Sideburn. Plastic colors unchanged, but painted patterns are different. repaint
Any version of Sideburn - Roulette and/or Shadow Striker. New head mold, plastic and painted colors unaccountable. retool

I honestly regret even bringing this up, but the household I live in needs these facts clarified almost every week in order to understand what the difference between the things I collect is. :BANG_HEAD:
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114216)
Posted by Counterpunch on August 17th, 2010 @ 1:07pm CDT
Shadowstream wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:I fail to see what you're clarifying from what was previously stated. Jelze summarized the scope of both of those articles fairly well.


Three articles.

Okay, here's and example: Sideburn - Super Sideburn. Change in plastic and painted colors but uses the same application pattern. redeco
Super Sideburn - Universe Sideburn. Plastic colors unchanged, but painted patterns are different. repaint
Any version of Sideburn - Roulette and/or Shadow Striker. New head mold, plastic and painted colors unaccountable. retool

I honestly regret even bringing this up, but the household I live in needs these facts clarified almost every week in order to understand what the difference between the things I collect is. :BANG_HEAD:


The household I live in settles every game of Munchkin with a sub-game of rochambeau the way we learned it in South Park.

The clarification that Jelze gave was fine. TF Wiki is NOT a final authoritative source of information. (They are a wonderful source of information, but the peer review and claimed authority rest only in the hands of very few contributors) If anything, Hasbro has used the terms "repaint" and "redeco" interchangably at times.

"Repaint" is most often used as slang in the community. "Redeco" is an industry term that really probably originated in the Armada era due to the need to convince WalMart why they should carry the same mold toy again later in the year.

wait...

whatever. This is really dumb. Jelze was right. Blurr is both a redeco and a retool.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114218)
Posted by soundwave13c on August 17th, 2010 @ 1:09pm CDT
The vehicle mode represents what blurr is to me, but the arms are just stupid #-o
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114239)
Posted by Blurrz on August 17th, 2010 @ 1:47pm CDT
So I am solely responsible for the rise in popularity of Blurr. Yes, you can all thank me by one of you buying me this figure. Cheerio.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114247)
Posted by Colinus Maximus on August 17th, 2010 @ 2:17pm CDT
I give credit to Hasbro for the significant mold changes, similar to the differences between G1 Bluestreak and Smokescreen. I don't exactly see G1 Blurr, though I'm way behind on the comics, to me it's kind of like what the original Universe line was about: combining different continuities. In this figure I see a combination of G1 Blurr and Armada Blurr, especially with the guns.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114276)
Posted by Sodan-1 on August 17th, 2010 @ 3:27pm CDT
I'm in agreement with Counterpunch, Cyber Bishop, RiddlerJ and the others who feel that this figure just isn't quite Blurr. It IS a great looking figure and that new head is EPICly good. I'll happily buy this one (and steal his rifle for Perceptor), but I'm going to wait and see what if any alterations Takara make to it.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114346)
Posted by grimdragon2001 on August 17th, 2010 @ 7:59pm CDT
i wouldnt be surprised if we saw a 3rd repaint/retool of this mold as springer sometime later, with Blurr's 2 pistols and Drift's big sword. i think it could work to
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114347)
Posted by Doctor McGrath on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:03pm CDT
I understand what has been said about something just not being Blurr here. I like to picture my Blurr with a little less kibble. But, I'm sure I will love this figure. The Drift mold is incredible, IMO, and the fact that this isn't just a direct repaint, like the HFTD line, excites me (sexually). I love the sniper rifle. The head sculpt isnt bad, just a little too much gerth. :grin:
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114357)
Posted by kirbenvost on August 17th, 2010 @ 8:33pm CDT
Convotron wrote:Generations Blurr looks like it's inspired by IDW Blurr so with that in mind, I think it looks good.

As already noted, this is IDW Blurr and even though that incarnation didn't have an Earth alt mode, if you compare this figure's design and IDW Blurr, the proportions are similar with wide bulky shoulders, side skirt armour, and larger legs.

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A repainted and slightly retooled Generations Drift seems like a good fit for an Earth mode IDW Blurr to my eyes.


Hmm, actually, looking at them together, you're quite right. I'd forgotten exactly how IDW Blurr looks. Although, I think the problem is not so much bulk, but blockiness. He's not all that streamlined in robot mode.

Regardless, I'm getting him as soon as I can. And I might just steal the rifle for Perceptor as well.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114395)
Posted by sabrigami on August 17th, 2010 @ 10:20pm CDT
Sodan-1 wrote:I'm in agreement with Counterpunch, Cyber Bishop, RiddlerJ and the others who feel that this figure just isn't quite Blurr. It IS a great looking figure and that new head is EPICly good. I'll happily buy this one (and steal his rifle for Perceptor), but I'm going to wait and see what if any alterations Takara make to it.


Yes, that gun would be so boss for Perceptor. I also think he's actually pretty cool. I noticed they also trimmed the tail fin thing a bit. I found with Drift it did affect his articulation a tad. All and all a very sweet figure. Don't know when I'll get him, but I will someday :x
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114432)
Posted by Prime Riblet on August 18th, 2010 @ 4:34am CDT
I was expecting to like this a lot more than I actually do. I'm not disappointed with it at all, but it just isn't something I want at all. It would require a black or possibly silver repaint in order for me to buy an additional copy of the mold.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114454)
Posted by DevastaTTor on August 18th, 2010 @ 6:46am CDT
I love this mold as Drift but am not sure of this as Blurr. That IDW Jay Leno head is not my favorite. However, I'll probably cave when I see him on the shelf.

I wish that instead of this Drift repaint, we would have been given a new Blurr figure in the same vain as the Animated/ROTF Lockdown update- the Animated version of Blurr being given more of a real world feel for the Generations line. This kind of update would have been fantastic IMO.

I would have rather seen Drift get a more aggressive retool and become Kup.
Re: Toy Images of Generations Blurr (1114502)
Posted by soundwave13c on August 18th, 2010 @ 9:35am CDT
Prime Riblet wrote:I was expecting to like this a lot more than I actually do. I'm not disappointed with it at all, but it just isn't something I want at all. It would require a black or possibly silver repaint in order for me to buy an additional copy of the mold.


see, this is exactly what is bothering me! Along with it being disproportional :-(

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